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Cute Robin Chick
Erithacus rubecula

Original art of a cute robin chick by Jean L. Rayner

Robin Red Breast Bird Facts:

The female robin typically lays four to six eggs, which she incubates for 13 days. Once chicks hatch, the female immediately removes the eggshells from the nest.

Both parents look after the nestlings, which are dependent on them for food and warmth. The chicks fledge at 14 days but continue to be cared for, predominantly by the male, for a further three weeks.

Robins have at least two broods a year, with nestlings around as late as the end of July

Available to purchase on canvas, poster or a variety of prints, from fine art paper to metal and acrylic. 

For your home, this lovely little bird is also available on cushion covers in sizes from 14 inches to 26 inches.

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